NORTHBOROUGH, MA — Players with size that possess guard-like skills are rare and also coveted in today’s game. A young prospect with many of those tools is 6-foot-7 forward, Alex Karaban, who just so happens to be a member of the Class of 2022. The eighth-grader is set to make a name for himself in 2018 as he’ll play his first year on the Nike-sponsored EYBL circuit with Expressions Elite. ThePrepInsiders.com recently caught up with Karaban for an update on his development…

Another Swanigan Emerging Out West

April 13 2018 | Calvin Davis

SALT LAKE CITY, UT — There are many elite players that find themselves in search of greater competition in order to improve, and that statement certainly rings true for Trayvaughn Swanigan. While Utah produces a consistent amount of Division I talent, no state can compete individually with the challenge that the national travel circuit presents…

MINNEAPOLIS, MN — Trejuan Holloman is the next prospect up in a program rich in point guard history from Khalid El-Amin to Tyus Jones. We caught up with Rene Pulley of the Howard Pulley Program to discuss Holloman, who is among the top point guards in the Class of 2022…

West Coast Guard Growing Into Stardom

March 14 2018 | Calvin Davis

SANTA ANA, CA — A standout performance at CP3 Middle School Combine placed Gabriel Quiette on ThePrepInsiders’ radar last year. After breaking out of his shell, it was clear that he’s certainly not going to be a little-known player for much longer. We spoke with Quiette and his father, Dashon, about the improvements Quiette is making to his game, growing up playing against older brothers, and much more…

Indiana Prospect Ascending Towards His Potential

March 13 2018 | The Prep Insiders Staff

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — The great John Wooden is on record saying he’d trade three of his national championships for one Indiana state championship. Indianapolis is the center of Indiana’s basketball universe and that’s exactly where Antonio Lisenbee Jr. is learning the game…

Kansas Product Rapidly Raising His Stock

March 2 2018 | The Prep Insiders Staff

WICHITA, KS — One of the beautiful parts of basketball is that you never know when an opportunity will present itself, but you have to be ready to capitalize when it comes. For freshman point guard Jackie Johnson, that opportunity came at the NEO Youth Elite Camp, when he went from a relative unknown to a Top 20 All-Star Game MVP…

Angolan Prospect Set To Become World-Renowned Talent?

March 1 2018 | The Prep Insiders Staff

SCOTTSDALE, AZ — A native of Angola, Sadraque Nganga first came to the United States at the age of 11, but his athletic abilities and natural feel for the game were obvious to those in his home country at an even earlier age. During the past three years, Nganga has traveled back and forth between Africa and several U.S. locations, most recently finding stability in Arizona…

Two-Sport Athlete Making Waves In South Florida

February 25 2018 | Dennis Wilson

LAKE WALES, FL – It takes an elite athlete to stand out in any sport in the state of Florida, given the masses. So to be considered one of, if not the top athlete in the state takes a special type of person. Walter Clayton is considered by many to be that type of athlete…

Foster Becoming A Household Name

February 24 2018 | Dennis Wilson

MILWAUKEE, WI – Considered by many as the #1 freshman recruit in the nation, Michael Foster has everyone paying attention to his every move on the basketball court. The 6-foot-9 forward is making the transition to high school basketball and doing it under an immense spotlight…

Boston Freshman Learning How To Dominate

February 18 2018 | Calvin Davis

BOSTON, MA — There is perhaps no better-known freshman in the country than Massachusetts’ Terrence Clarke. The 6-foot-6 guard made a name for himself in tournaments this past summer and is looking to continue his breakout campaign in 2018. ThePrepInsiders.com spoke with Terrence and his Expressions Coach Todd Quarles about his journey into the realms of high school basketball…

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